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Spread offense QB's in the NFL

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I stopped reading the article when they started talking about john fox's opinions about QBs and the passing game in general.

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I stopped reading the article when they started talking about john fox's opinions about QBs and the passing game in general.

I was talking to some Bronco fans last weekend. I was like "you guys are effed"

He said "yeah we know". LOL Welcome to early 1980's football Denver.

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in short, yes it's a learning curve, but it can be overcome

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can someone answer this for me. dont QBs have audio in their helmets still?and if so, dont qb coaches/ OCs tell QBs what to look for during the pre snap and in the huddle?

really thats the same as when a team looks to the sideline and get the audible. but the qb has to make all the calls and checks.

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can someone answer this for me. dont QBs have audio in their helmets still?and if so, dont qb coaches/ OCs tell QBs what to look for during the pre snap and in the huddle?

really thats the same as when a team looks to the sideline and get the audible. but the qb has to make all the calls and checks.

The audio cuts off a number of seconds into the play clock. I think it's 15 seconds to go, it goes silent, but I can't recall exactly.

Most D's don't really show their hands until late in the play clock now as well.

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